During the recent summit in Japan, leaders of the G7 nations announced a joint effort to advance international discussions on artificial intelligence (AI) governance and interoperability. Point 38 of the G7 Hiroshima Leaders’ Communiqué states, "multi-stakeholder approaches to the development of standards for AI, respectful of legally binding frameworks, and recognise the importance of procedures that advance transparency, openness, fair processes, impartiality, privacy and inclusiveness to promote responsible AI."
Furthermore, the Communiqué acknowledges AI governance has "not necessarily kept pace" with AI technological changes and that "the governance of the digital economy should continue to be updated in line with our shared democratic values."
On Friday, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak confirmed he was open to a global framework placing 'guard rails' around AI.
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